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I Rheumatism-Kidney Trouble.

I Knighton Guardians.1



TO DEAF PEOPLE. 16- T Õ1II. "FRECH ORLENE" absolutely cures deafness and noises in the head, no matter how severe or long. standing the case may be. Hundreds of persons whose cases were supposed to be incurable have been permanently cured by this new remedy. This wonderful preparation goes direct to the actual seat of the trouble, and one Box is ample to effectually cure any ordinary case. MRS. HOWE. of PORTLAND CRESCENT, LEEDS, says u—^ "The 'Orlene' has completely cured me after twelve years' suffering." Miss FRANCIS, of BRADFORD STREET, BIRMINO- HAf. sav3 :—"Your new remedy has been the means of curing my mother's deafness after being a sufferer for nearly 26 years. It is indeed a splendid preparation, and she wishes me to oon- vey to you her heartfelt thanks." MRS. WILDE, of GROSTENOR STREET, BELFAST, says :—"I ;J.m delighted I tried the new 'Orlene,' for the head-noises ceased almost at once, and the hearing has returned, enabling me to hear ordin- ary conversation quite easily." MR. JOHN MAYNARD, of ROSE STREET, GLASGOW. says :—"After spending nearly fifty pounds on various so-called 'cures.' it is wonderful to find myself completely cured at such a trifling cost. The 'Orlene' is indeed a splendid remedy." Mr- Every sufferer should try this new re- medy, for there is nothing better at any price. Price 2/9 per Box, post free, with full directions, Address :Orlene,' Co., 10, South View. Wat- ling Street, Dartford, Kent, England. Please mention this paper. br69/187

Appeal Tribunal.

Builth Allotments. I

Late Mr J. R. James, Builth.


- - --7 APPEAL TRIBUNAL—Continued.I


Colwyn Rural Tribunal.